A new diorame-based puzzle game has made its way into mobile shops: The Almost Gone. Adventures, touch control, great graphics and a story full of mystery: the game is now available for iOS as well as Android.
The Almost Gone is a new game from Playdigious, a publisher with titles like Evoland and the hit Dead Cells. With a characteristic graphic style, loaded with ‘point and click’ puzzles and guided by a plot as emotional as it is adult, at The Almost Gone we will live an addictive experience, also tragic. The game has just landed on the mobile stores, both the App Store and the Google Play Store. And it comes with a 30% discount.
The Almost Gone is a classic game of exploration
He was eagerly awaited, he had been in pre-registration for some time and in the end he has fulfilled the expectations: The Almost Gone is a high quality mobile game. The idea behind the plot is ‘point and click’ exploration: you have to investigate the different scenes in search of clues. And these scenes follow one another like dioramas, in 3D and with a graphic style of childlike cut and pastel tones that clash with the adult story that is hidden behind the plot.
The key to the game is to unravel the whole story behind the protagonist. As is often the case in great games, we will gradually move forward until we are caught up in the complexity of the story.
As The Almost Gone warns in the opening, andhe game is much more adult than the graphics implyYou have to keep that in mind. Deep, dark, full of puzzles to be solved, well adapted to touch screens and very intelligent: it’s an absolute delight.
The mime that has been put into the development of The Almost Gone is very high. This can be seen in all the quality details it exudes, both on a graphic level and in the plot; without detracting from the music and sound effects. This quality comes at a price, although can now be obtained at a discount: only 4.89 euros.
The Almost Gone is highly recommended, even though it may be a little short: it has five integrated chapters within the same purchase. And it has no ads.